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6.3 out of 10

Aroma ARC-960SB

Prepares 4 to 20 cups of rice and keeps it warm and for up to Read more

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Reviews and Problems with Aroma ARC-960SB

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Overall 10

The Best Rice Cooker Yet!

John B "Mr. John", Amazon
14 September 2014
  • Summary: Best brand of rice cooker on the market in my opinion. Rice is ready and cooked to perfection when you want it. Not just a hot pot to boil water like other brands. Highly recommend this brand if you are in the market for a rice cooker. Don't waste your money on other brands even if you think they are reputable. This one really cooks rice!
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Overall 10

Five Stars

Lynette Robison, Amazon
3 August 2014
Overall 8

Works great

Brian, Amazon
11 March 2014
  • Summary: I wish it was a little easier to use or that it gave some sort of indication that it was working and set to go. It does have really good results though! Rice, Quinoa & Steel cut oats are perfect every time!
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Overall 10

Great product

Bart C, Amazon
13 November 2012
  • Summary: Fantastic so far. Read the other reviews and chose this product. It's everything it claims to be. I use it on an almost daily basis for vegetables.
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Overall 6

Aroma ARC-1000 is much better

C. Alonzo "cheap pinoy", Amazon
22 June 2011
  • Summary: We loved our Aroma ARC-1000 so much that we bought this as a present for my brother-in-law's family. The stainless steel finish looked nicer in their kitchen than our white rice cooker. We should have taken a closer look at the picture because although it has the same number of buttons, it does not have the same features. There is no quick rice function here, and it does not give a countdown of the final 9 minutes before the rice is ready.
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Overall 10

Aroma ARC 960SB 10 Cup Digital Rice cooker

P.B., Amazon
14 September 2010
  • Summary: I have been using this rice cooker for several months now and it's absolutely amazing! I love their white rice and brown rice functions.....highly recommend it!
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Overall 4

Over cooked rice and hard to clean

RenoGardener, Amazon
31 July 2010
  • Summary: This rice cooker cooks the rice but that's about all the good things I can say about it. If the rice is left in the cooker until the "warm" stage it comes out browned on the bottom and sometimes with a crust. I've had to explain this to dinner guests but I don't think they believe me. It tastes fine. The inside top of the cooker is hard to clean. It accumulates rice starch that has to be scraped off. My last cooker had a lid that could be removed to clean.
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Overall 10

Great Product, does the job well - pretty fool proof (Is this last reviewer for real?)

p-diggity, Amazon
30 June 2010
  • Summary: Aroma makes solid rice cookers, all the reviews are pretty good across the board -- this one is no different. It's very similar to some of the cheaper digital models but has more features. I'm not sure how the sensor logic (fuzzy logic) works, but the rice comes out perfectly, no timer, no worry about perfectly measuring.
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Overall 2

Cooked rice never comes out right

AC "kqc92", Amazon
19 January 2010
  • Summary: I've owned Aroma rice cookers before (different sizes, all with the glass lid) and they were worked out fine. For everyday use, I have a small Tiger rice cooker which is still working great after several years of daily use. I bought the Aroma ARC-960SB from Costco because I wanted a bigger rice cooker with the hinged lid for occasional parties at my house.
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Overall 2

burned bottom every time

Syd McCabe, Amazon
5 January 2010
  • Summary: The most important question when assessing a rice cooker is "Does it do a good job cooking the rice?" Any comments about the other features are moot if the rice turns out poorly. I have had this rice cooker for nearly two years and have never had much luck cooking good rice. There is always a burned film on the bottom of the pan that I have to throw out. Furthermore, the rice is usually dry when it is finished.
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